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Player Notes

  • Browns' Jakeem Grant carted with left leg injury
    Browns WR Jakeem Grant was carted off the practice field with a left leg injury.

    Advice: It happened in one-on-one drills and several of the beat writers on the scene were quick to offer prayers. It does not look great and Grant was visibly frustrated both on the ground and as he was carted off. We'll update as we know more, but this has the look of a serious injury for Grant. He reportedly could not put weight on the leg. From a fantasy perspective, this could open up a returner competition for the Browns as well as be a boon to the younger players on the wideout depth chart. NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 11:51 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    369th
  • Justin Watson earning praise in Chiefs camp
    NBC Sports' Peter King said to "keep an eye" on Chiefs WR Justin Watson. 

    Advice: A fifth-round pick back in 2018, Watson never lived up to his physical gifts during his time in Tampa Bay, but he signed a reserve/future contract with the Chiefs over the offseason and appears to be making some noise in camp. "I'm told that the quarterbacks in this camp," King said, "love throwing to Justin Watson because he is a precise route runner." Kansas City's top four receivers appear set, but the final few spots on the roster remain up for grabs. Watson looks like a name to monitor this preseason.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 9:15 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    974th
  • King: Smith-Schuster playing all over formation
    NBC Sports' Peter King said JuJu Smith-Schuster has been lining up all over the formation. 

    Advice: Smith-Schuster told King the role the Chiefs have him playing is the one he always wanted to play with the Steelers. After spending over 80 percent of his snaps in the slot over his final two years in Pittsburgh, it sounds like Smith-Schuster will be given more chances out wide just like he was earlier in his career. Perhaps that change will help him return to form. If that happens, Smith-Schuster will be a bargain at his seventh-round Yahoo ADP.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 9:07 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    91st
  • Rondale Moore to be 'fully utilized' in 2022?
    The Arizona Republic's Bob McManaman reports Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury wants Rondale Moore "more fully utilized across the offense" this season. 

    Advice: Kingsbury acknowledged Moore was frustrated about his lack of usage in the Arizona offense after DeAndre Hopkins' season-ending injury in 2021. “All of a sudden his role got minimized more than he anticipated, yeah. I felt the frustration and rightfully so,” Kingsbury said. “He’s a tremendous player. We had a lot of great wideouts last year. I’m big on addressing the problem right there, so you don’t let it fester. ... “We had some difficult conversations, but he’ll get his opportunities this year.” The "great" receivers Kingsbury referred to include A.J. Green and Antoine Wesley, both of whom out-targeted Moore in the final seven weeks of the 2021 regular season. Deployed strictly as a gadget player over the season's last couple months, Moore saw nine total targets over his final three games before missing Week 16-18 with an ankle injury. Moore during training camp has been used on the outside, in the slot, and out of the backfield. Whether that usage holds up when games count is another question entirely. Hopkins' six-game suspension could create some early-season opportunities for Moore, who is only interesting in PPR formats.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Today, 9:07 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    165th
  • Treylon Burks working with 2nd-, 3rd-string units
    Titans first-round WR Treylon Burks has been practicing with the second- and third-string offenses.

    Advice: Burks has gotten off to a bumpy start in his first NFL offseason, battling conditioning issues in the spring and now lining up wrong and not running through his routes. He's been repping with the Logan Woodside and Malik Willis units, while Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook-Ihkine, and fellow rookie slot man Kyle Philips have mainly been repping with Ryan Tannehill's group. Burks is supposed to be the Titans' replacement for A.J. Brown, but he's got a long way to go. Of course, things can change quickly, and Burks' talent can vault him up the depth chart fast, but he's looking a bit risky at his current average draft position as a fantasy WR3. NBCSportsEDGE.com Yesterday, 2:32 pm
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    132nd

NFL Roster Changes

Injury Reports

PlayerInjuryStatusView Team Depth Chart
Calvin Ridley Atl - WRPersonalSUSPAtl
DeAndre Hopkins Ari - WRDisciplinarySUSPAri